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Rozzi to serve on international panel

Ricardo RozziRicardo Rozzi, right, a professor of philosophy and religion studies, and co-director of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, has been invited by Marton-Lefèvre, general director of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and former rector of the UN University for Peace to Australia, to participate as a panelist at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). joi

The theme of the World Parks Congress 2014 is “Parks, People, Planet: Inspiring Solutions.” Rozzi will participate as a panelist in the World Leaders’ Dialogue “Stand up for your rights: parks and social equity” on Nov. 15. This session will look into indigenous and traditional peoples’ cultures and their role in biodiversity conservation; gender equity; poverty and human development; tenure and natural resource rights; and environmental security and vulnerability.

The congress is held every 10 years and is a landmark global forum to identify and communicate inspiring solutions involving protected areas for some of the world’s most pressing global challenges. About 3,000 people from more than 160 countries are expected to attend.

—Judy DeLay, Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

Posted on: Thu 06 November 2014

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